Advanced Energy Generation Division

Advanced Energy Conversion Division

Advanced Energy Utilization Division

Laboratory for Complex Energy Processes

Integrated Research Center for Carbon Negative Science

Interactions among Divisions

The Institute of Advanced Energy has three divisions including "Advanced Energy Generation Division", "Advanced Energy Conversion Division", and "Advanced Energy Utilization Division". Each division consists of researchers pursuing a variety of scientific research programs as described in the next section. These ongoing research programs aim to establish state-of-art technology for the energy systems in the next generation, especially our current target, the "Zero-Emission Energy" system, which is indispensable for the sustainable development of humankind.

In addition to these research activities ongoing in the Divisions, the interdisciplinary collaborative research programs surely accelerate the development of "Zero-Emission Energy" system. Towards this goal, The Laboratory for Complex Energy Processes is established to support interdisciplinary collaborative research projects among the researchers in three divisions since the establishment of the laboratory. Such collaborations through the projects now focus on two research categories of "Plasma & Quantum Energy" and "Soft Energy". This multilayered structure of our research activities has enhanced the comprehensive capabilities of the institute, thereby creating a distinctive characteristic of our institute. Furthermore, the Integrated Research Center for Carbon Negative Science was established in 2022, and the researchers from each research division are working for the realization of a carbon-neutral society.

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